Just an Observation…

I’ve been lurking in both the Microsoft and PHP Newsgroups for the last week or so and while I know the Microsoft groups have “people” in them too, what I’ve noticed is that when the people in the Microsoft groups disagree, they can do it with civility.

99.9% of the people in the PHP groups can do the same.  But there seems to be a bit more chest thumping in the PHP groups than in the Microsoft groups.

Wonder why that is?

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